O'Hara is a Boston society girl who marries gambler Wilde. Together they tour the famous racetracks of the world until he finally runs out of money. He borrows from his former girl friend, Walker, who then won't let go of him. O'Hara wonders why she gave up a fiance in the State Department
for this sort of life and considers divorce. But Wilde has a change of heart, and, hoping to rebuild his stables, wagers everything on his last horse's Kentucky Derby run. His horse loses by a nose to O'Hara's, but Wilde and O'Hara reconcile their differences at the film's happy ending. THE
HOMESTRETCH is not a bad movie, but it is hard to care much about a plot that seems so fam...